Daily Garden: Piet's (as in Oudolf) Office Garden | PITH + VIGOR by Rochelle Greayer

Welcome to the

Pith   Vigor

blog

+

CONNECT:

Hey There! I’m Rochelle Greayer. I’m a garden designer on TV and IRL. I’m also an author and entrepreneur who thinks she can save the world by teaching everyone a little something about landscape design.

rochelle

meet

REgister now!

A Free Master Class

THE 7-STEP SYSTEM TO DESIGN A

Gorge-
ous
Garden

STOP WASTING MONEY ON ALL THE WRONG PLANTS  

Join the Course Today!

Mix & match plants like a pro!

Daily Garden: Piet’s (as in Oudolf) Office Garden

2/17/2010

piet oudolf garden office studio private personal landscape

This is the office garden of famed designer (and one of my personal design inspirations)  Piet Oudolf.

As a designer, I really admire such an organized and inspiring place of work.  My studio and garden expose my constant experiments and half thought out craziness where as this seems to indicate a designer that knows what he needs at hand to get his job done.  (not that I don’t but really, this is just so organized!). To me is it so beautiful and functional and I would love to have this kind of garden at my fingertips.

piet oudolf garden office studio private personal landscape

piet oudolf garden office studio private personal landscape

Spread the love

REgister now!

A Free Master Class

THE 7-STEP SYSTEM TO DESIGN A

Gorge-
ous
Garden

Do you Need a
Garden Makeover?

Join my Free Webinar Today!


- Learn my 7-step system to design and build a stunning garden anywhere in the world.

- The 5 mistakes EVERYONE makes when creating a garden. (save yourself time, money, and headaches and get much better results!)

- How to work directly with me (but at a DIY price!) to design and create YOUR own gorgeous garden. 

SIGN ME UP!

  1. Matti says:

    Amazing rich textures and color. Do you happen to know what those 6 rectangular pillar like structures are…maybe shaped boxwood, or vine covered concrete?

    Matti

    • rochelle says:

      Matti – I just looked at the image at a much bigger scale than I can upload on this site…and while I can’t tell for sure what they are, I can say with certainty that they are some sort of deciduous shrub/ tree that has been shaped to be rectangular…..my guess is privet….but I am not sure.

  2. Andrew says:

    I’m soooooooo with you on this one, Rochelle. I’ve been reading Piet a lot this winter AND musing over my office view, or lack thereof.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

join the FrEE 10-day garden Design challenge

Your Garden will look waaayyy better in less than 2 weeks - Promise!

in the weeds?

Sign me up